Comment SAGE Ltd: Continuing the Journey to Transform Gender Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Australia’s Higher Education and Research Sector

Wafa El-Adhami  
Chief Executive Officer of Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Limited, Australia.
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Abstract

Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) began as a Pilot program in 2015. It was modelled on the UK’s Athena Swan Charter (Advance HE), a framework for improving gender equity and diversity in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM); specifically, within higher education and research.

 

References

1. Applications for Accreditation (institutional ap-plications).
https://www.sciencegenderequity.org.au/cohort-applications/[Reports on website]


2. Athena Swan Charter. Advance HE.
https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/. [Charter doc-uments on website].
3. Athena Swan Principles. 2021. https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/equality-charters/athena-swan-charter#principles
4. Higher education sector commits to pre-serve gender equity during and after COVID-19 (2020).
https://www.sciencegenderequity.org.au/?s=joint+sector+position+statement&submit=Search. SAGE News, 17 June. [News arti-cle]
5. National Innovation and Science Agenda. https://www.industry.gov.au/policies-and-initiatives/boosting-innovation-and-science. [Australian Government Policy Agenda on web-site]
6. Putting Gender on your Agenda. 2018. Science in Australia Gender Equity. Evaluating the introduc-tion of Athena SWAN into Australia.
https://www.sciencegenderequity.org.au/wp-con-tent/uploads/2018/12/SAGE_Report_44pp_SCREEN.pdf. [Report on website]
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https://www.sciencegenderequity.org.au/what-sage-does/#SAGE-cygnet-awards [Award doc-uments on website]
9. Athena Swan Bronze Awardees (ASBA) 2019-2021.
https://www.sciencegenderequity.org.au/athena-swan-bronze-awardees/
10. Australian Higher Education Joint Sector Position Statement. October 2020. Preserving Gender Eq-uity as A Higher Education Priority During and After Covid-19.
https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/1799880/Australian_High-er_Education_Joint_Sector_Position_Statement_Gender_Equity_COVID-19_-_final_16.10.20.pdf
11. Science in Australia Gender Equity Forum: Gen-der Equity in Science Workshop – November 2014. Summary of Workshop Findings.
https://www.sciencegenderequity.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/SAGE-Forum-Workshop-2014-Summary_Report.pdf [Report on website]
12. The Hartley Report. December 2020. https://www.sciencegenderequity.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/The-Hartley-Report-Precis-2020-evaluation-of-the-SAGE-peer-review-process.pdf [Report on website]
How to Cite
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El-Adhami W. Comment SAGE Ltd: Continuing the Journey to Transform Gender Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Australia’s Higher Education and Research Sector. LiC [Internet]. 2021Sep.8 [cited 2021Sep.26];37(2). Available from: https://journals.latrobe.edu.au/index.php/law-in-context/article/view/164

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